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Fraternal Leadership Institute


What is Fraternal Leadership Institute?

FLI is a seminar series for undergraduate members of the Fraternity and Sorority community that serve as a framework for developing leadership within the membership of the community. Emphasis will be placed on understanding your leadership identity and style, communication style, conflict management, service learning and social responsibility.

FLI meets every Wednesday for 8 weeks in the Fall from 12.30 - 2pm in the CSALS Conference Room.


For Participants


FLI 2012 Course Syllabus


October 10 - Foundations

Assigment -Read 'The American Fraternity' article


October 17 - Leadership

Assigngment - MBTI Indicator


October 24 - Conflict Management & Group Dynamics

Assignment - Reading (TBA)


October 31 - Service Learning, Social Responsiblity & Ethics


November 1 - 4 - Class trip to Washington, DC

*Cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy


November 14 - Diversity & Social Justice

Assignement - Read the following online articles:

1.  Eighty-Eight Percent of Romney Voters Were White
2.  Twitter Racists React to ‘That Nigger’ Getting Reelected
3.  The Presidency of Barack Obama: Does Race Matter?


December 5 - Action Plan - Marketing your Greek Experience and Future Preparation

Assignment - TBD

**Please note the schedule changes/alteration due to Hurricane Sandy cancellations

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